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Re: Possible svn bug - add/import large numbers of files with file://

From: Ryan Schlesinger <rschlesi_at_opentechinc.com>
Date: 2004-05-26 15:16:48 CEST

I have 6 other working repositories. My permissions consist of an svn
user and group. Apache is in the svn group. All repository files are
owned by svn.svn and are rw for group. If you run through the steps I
detailed earlier but use http:// for the add/import (governed by the
checkout in step 1) then everything works fine.

At what point should I submit this to the issue tracker?


John Peacock wrote:

> kfogel@collab.net wrote:
>> Ryan Schlesinger <rschlesi@opentechinc.com> writes:
>>> 6. Access with firefox gave error number 160029 (Could not open the
>>> requested SVN filesystem.
>> Hmm. What is firefox, how does it access the repository, and what
>> kinds of ownership/permissions does it run under?
> Firefox is the new Mozilla standalone browser. I think he is saying
> that in step 5 it works, but as soon as he hits it with Apache, it
> messes up the repository. I'd suspect permissions are set wrong...
> John

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